Jeanne believed she had it all — a loving husband, two beautiful boys and a nice house in the suburbs — until the day she learned that her commodities-trader husband, Stephen, had lost his job and secretly picked up a new career: robbing banks. How was his double life revealed? And, with Stephen sentenced to nine years in prison, how did Jeanne pick up the pieces? Now divorced, Jeanne faces her ex-husband in his first interview since being released on parole. Does she harbor any resentment? Bishop T.D. Jakes author of Let It Go: Forgive So You Can Be Forgiven, offers Jeanne and Stephen insight on the power of forgiveness.

Suspect Stephen

Jeanne and Stephen each share their side of the story. What exactly happened, and how did it all start to unravel? Why did Stephen do it? Did he think he could get away with it? And, is he sorry now?

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“I came to this epiphany that there is no other way.”

Let It Go
Now divorced, Jeanne and Stephen face each other for the first time on national television since Stephen's release from prison. Will he offer her the explanation she's been searching for? And Bishop T.D. Jakes joins the show with inspiring words about forgiveness.

"Forgiveness is about empowering yourself so you can move on. It’s not for weak people; it’s for strong people.”

Extra Content

  • Read an excerpt from T.D. Jakes' new book, Let It Go: Forgive So You May Be Forgiven here!